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Caption: Staff Sgt. Jason Band (left) and Spec. Carlos Tafolla (right) work with Honduran soldiers during a training exercise in Tamara, Honduras. Both 36th Infantry Division soldiers are with the San Antonio-based 1st Battalion, 141st Infantry Regiment (Task Force Alamo), which is conducting the training to enhance the Honduran Army’s ability to counter transnational organized crime (CTOC). These Regionally Aligned Forces of the Texas Army National Guard are in Central America creating a knowledgeable and trained force that is able to detect, disrupt and detain illicit trafficking across the region. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Randall Stillinger)
Maj. Randall Stillinger, Texas Nat'l Guard trains with Honduran forces (Tamara, Honduras: U.S. Southern Command, August 27, 2015) <http://www.southcom.mil/newsroom/Pages/Texas-Natl-Guard-trains-with-Honduran-forces.aspx>.